From NBC's Athena Jones
There was a funny moment at the event with First Lady Michelle Obama and California First Lady Maria Shriver
, who arrived together in San Francisco Monday afternoon to kick off the 2009 National Conference on Volunteering and Service.
Obama spoke about the need to make sure kids get exercise and not to spend too much time in front of the television or the computer screen, an issue her husband frequently brings up in discussing parental responsibility.
She said that she had instituted what she called 'Camp Obama' at the White House, which means that the TV and computer stay off all day until after dinner and before bedtime, adding that bed time was early.
The no-TV approach sounded like a good idea to California's first lady, who suggested that she might implement a similar rule and would blame it all on Obama.